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November 20th, 2009 — Category International cartoons, Pick a Political Party! | Tags: bipartisan, democrats, unemployment, war
For the Friday before Thanksgiving, one of my favorite cartoons this year!!
You know who inspired me to do this cartoon? Two liberal cartoonists, Ted Rall and Rob Tornoe. Ted writes about the war and other things making him itchy about Obama – he’s just not a fan this year! And Rob has issues with gay rights. BIG ones. I’ll post a couple of his gay cartoons later this week.
Anyway, they are just so annoyed, I felt I had to rub it in with this cartoon. :)
Cartoon caption: THE DISCOURAGED DEMOCRATS CLUB. No rich people. Obama hasn’t done any big shakes for gay rights. We’re still at war! Is Afghanistan next? Come ON, you guys! We have almost 90% employment!
Are you one of them?
I think it’s the no rich people that makes me laugh the hardest. Dems hate rich people!
July 23rd, 2009 — Category Entertainment, Mainstream Media, Scandalous cartoons! | Tags: democrats, media, michael jackson, stars, tv
TMZ broke the big story of Michael Jackson's death, but why skim over Senator mark Sanford's affair? We'll let the Democrats dig up the dirt on this one. All rights reserved ©D.Barstow
I like reporting on the media. But how many mirrors does the world really need? I don’t care, I find it fascinating to reflect on what newspeople think is news, and how they report it.
If fate is right, that means eventually someone will report on me reporting on the media reporting on the news – perhaps one of those hate liberal blogs.
I remember watching the TMZ head honcho, Harvey Levin, back when he reported on the OJ trial. He was a good reporter/lawyer. I don’t know how or when he turned to sleaze and getting crap about celebrities, but I guess he’s a staple on Hollywood news now. I never go to the blog – too much vulgarity -but I’ve seen the TV show in passing, which spends a lot of time on a goodlooking blond photographer, who I just found in passing, from this blog, is called Max Hodges. Continue reading →